Wednesday September 19, 2018
For the road ahead

CPC Workshop

6/11/2017

The URTU Learning Project has commissioned a learning provider to create a unique CPC one day workshop. The Project is currently acquiring accreditation for this workshop and it will then count towards a drivers mandatory CPC hours. Once accreditation has been sought, this workshop will be available to all URTU members, and colleagues at a very competitive price. We will be able to deliver this workshop at your workplace as well as at training centres.

Prior to getting the workshop accredited, we asked a group of URTU drivers to attend a testing day to go through the workshop and give their feedback.  

This testing day took place on the 3rd November in Nottingham and was a great success. The themes covered on the day were driving hours and breaks, health and nutrition, customer services, highway code and loading.  

The workshop received some great feedback with delegates commenting: 

"I did not expect the content to be so varied and to be able to increase the knowledge base I have." 

"A really good experience and looking forward to the full course." 

"I really hope the URTU Learning Project roll out CPC courses as this would be a massive industry plus."

The URTU Learning Project are planning to roll out the accredited workshop in early 2018. To register an early interest in attending a course, or to find out further information, please contact Claire O'Brien (Project Administrator) at claire.obrien@urtu.com. 

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